The Oldest Dog Dies at the age of 147 Years



Dachshund dog, a long body and short legs, which was recorded as the oldest dog in the world, died at the age of 21 years, or the equivalent of 147 dogs in the calendar year, on Long Island, USA. This dog named Chanel who died on Friday, the death of natural causes at the owner’s house in Port Jefferson Station, a village which is about 80 miles east of New York. Guinness World Records Party to give credit to the dog, last May, when the dog was just 21 years, as the oldest dog in the world.

Owner of the dog, the couple  Denice and Karl Shaughnessy adopted a Chanel from animal shelters in Virginia, when the dog was six weeks old. “Chanel in recent years using color for cataract glasses and likes the sweater because the dog is sensitive to cold weather. But these dogs still spirit”, said dog owner. The oldest dog dies at the age of 147 years.


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